ASC San Diego is a professional soccer team based in San Diego, California. The club competes in the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA), the third division of American soccer.
Albion San Diego Youth Development System
ALBION SC the youth academy was founded in Point Loma in 1981 and is one of San Diego’s earliest and oldest soccer clubs with deep roots and tradition in the local San Diego community. We get our name, ALBION, from two San Diego pioneers of the game who would regularly take their players to England to visit their favorite club, West Bromwich ALBION.
Today, over 40 years later, ALBION SC has grown into a club of over 150 teams and recognized as the model club in the US and has affiliates around the US. It is also one of the only clubs in America to successfully build a “full pyramid” organization – a professional soccer team that sits atop the organization, a high performance development club, and full club academy and juniors program rounded off by community programs that form the base.
Albion San Diego Recruitment Trials
Albion San Diego is continually interested in players. If you are interested in an ALBION SC team and would like to come out to a training session or take part in an official tryout for your player please click here to complete the form. We have completed the annual tryouts but are still looking for talented, dedicated, high character players for the many teams within ALBION SC. Please reach out to us right away.
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Albion San Diego History
ASC San Diego was established in 2015, and in 2016 they participated in the National Premier Soccer League for the first time as a franchise, playing in their first competitive season.
After San Diego 1904 FC of the NISA lost a significant source of income, Albion announced on December 15, 2021 that they would be merging with San Diego 1904 FC. Albion San Diego was going to be the name of the new club that was going to compete in NISA beginning with the 2022 season.
Albion San Diego Stadium
The city of San Diego, California is home to a sports stadium known as Canyon Crest Stadium. Both the Canyon Crest Academy and the NISA professional soccer team Albion San Diego call this location their home field. It can accommodate around 3,000 people at a time.